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Pointing the digital finger: Who’s really to blame for security breaches?

Every week, there are reports of more security breaches at banks, stores, healthcare organizations and more. But who is to blame for this?

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Time to start thinking of the Exchange 2007 EOL

Exchange 2007, which came out in 2007 and has a ten year support lifecycle, will reach its tenth birthday in 2017, which is next year! Time to start thinking of upgrading.

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Webvertising: Has the commercialization of the internet gone too far?

“Free” Internet content is not really free, somebody has to pay for it. In the case of the latter, that somebody is the advertisers who make it possible for sites to operate without going broke.

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How much does your stolen data go for?

Why would anyone want to hack us? What have we got that can’t be found elsewhere more easily? Yes, those questions are asked countless times in boardrooms of companies both large and small.

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Hack Hall of Shame – April 2016

If March 2016 was the month of Ransomware, April 2016 was surely the month of voter data with more than 140 million records being available online after both the Philippines and the Mexican voter databases were breached.

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Coming to our sensors

One of the fastest-growing and seemingly unstoppable trends of this year seems to be that of device sensors that collect information of all kinds and use it to automate our lives.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – April 2016

Keeping your organization’s network safe is an ongoing challenge, and of course applying security updates in a timely manner is a big part of that. Here are April’s 3rd party patch updates featuring Adobe, Google, Mozilla and Linux.

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Installing Exchange 2016 into an existing Exchange 2010 org – The Exchange Deployment Assistant

In this post we take a look at a free tool from Microsoft that we are going to use to guide our overall deployment of Exchange 2016 – the Exchange Deployment Assistant.

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